Banche: i capi si dimettono in massa
270 sono le dimissioni ai vertici delle principali istituzioni bancarie del mondo, di cui abbiamo dato un primo elenco in un precedente post, e continuano a gran velocità: la maggior parte in un intervallo di tempo di poco più di un mese. Chi si ostina a giudicare non sintomatico un accadimento del genere è solo affezionato alla benda che gli copre gli occhi, se pensiamo che queste sono solo le dimissioni risapute tanto da essere rintracciabili dai motori di ricerca.
Cercheremo di tenere aggiornata per quanto possibile la lista con aggiunte successive. :bravo:
270 DIMISSIONI DA BANCHE DEL MONDO, case di investimento, fondi monetari
Ringraziamo i redattori di http://americankabuki.blogspot.com che hanno curato la compilazione della lista ed autorizzato la ripubblicazione su altri blog…
10/06/11 (HONG KONG) Deutsche Bank Asia, senior banker Yan Shen, 43, who headed the North Asia institutional clients group escaped a prison sentence Thursday after he was found in possession of a gun at Hong Kong's international airport. Yan Shen, was discovered carrying the unlicensed pistol and ammunition during a search of his baggage in the departure lounge of Chek Lap Kok Airport. The offence carries a maximum jail sentence of 14 years, but Shen was spared jail after the court heard he suffered a personality disorder and liked to collect things. Sentencing him to 240 hours of community service and a fine of 50,000 Hong Kong dollars (6,400 US dollars), the judge said he did not accept Yan's excuse that he was unaware it was illegal to possess firearms. However, the judge said he had decided not to jail Yan because prison might interfere wih treatment for his disorder.
10/11/11 (NIGERIA) Nigeria’s secret police (SSS) Tuesday confirmed the arrest of three persons including a Lagos banker it said facilitated the October 01, 2010, Independence Day bombing in Abuja that killed several persons and injured many others. Media reports had earlier identified the banker as Nonso Nnaemeka, while one of the suspects was identified as Jessica David, aka Segun.
11/01/11 (IRAN) Bank Melli, Mr. Khavari, a dual Iranian-Canadian citizen, left Iran in September as prosecutors there announced they wanted to question him in connection with a $2.6-billion embezzlement scandal that has led to the arrest of several bankers. Tehran also wants an international warrant for Mr. Khavari’s arrest. Canada has no extradition treaty with Iran. Mr. Khavari could be stripped of his Canadian citizenship. The banker’s continuing freedom and apparent wealth – he and his family own several Toronto properties – have angered Iranian diaspora groups. It’s unclear how he could become a Canadian citizen while working in Iran as an elite banker. Khavari is indicative of a much larger wave of people who have slipped into Canada. The Globe and Mail reported Monday that one of several brothers whose family business is at the heart of the Iranian embezzlement scandal moved to Montreal this past summer.
11/07/11 (UAE – DUBAI) HSBC Analyst, Toby Carroll, Arrested In Dubai With Two Girlfriends For Extramarital Sex
11/23/11 (LITHUANIA) Snoras Bank and Latvijas Krajbanka Bank, Lithuania issues Arrest warrant for Russian banker and Portsmouth Football Club (UK) Owner Vladimir Antonov. Antonov, 36, owned 68 percent of Snoras before it was nationalized and had controlled Latvijas Krajbanka through a 60 percent stake owned by Snoras. Antonov is believed to spend most of his time in England, while Baranauskas, who held just over 25 percent in Snoras, is also abroad.100 million lats ($200 million) siphoned from the bank were used to increase its charter capital and finance Antonov's investment projects — including the failed attempt to buy out Saab.
11/23/11 (RUSSIA) Bank of Moscow, Russian prosecutors asked Interpol to issue an international arrest warrant for Bank of Moscow’s former Chief Executive Officer Andrei Borodin. Wanted for fraud in the misappropriation of government funds.
11/23/11 (RUSSIA) Bank of Moscow, Russian prosecutors asked Interpol to issue an international arrest warrant for Bank of Moscow’s former vice president Dmitry Akulinin, a former vice president at the lender. Wanted for fraud in the misappropriation of government funds.
12/01/11 (ICELAND) Glitnir Bank, Iceland's special prosecutor has taken Larus Welding, the former head of the failed Glitnir Bank, into custody, Reuters reports.
2/08/12 (CHINA) Yantai Bank, Chinese police arrest runaway banker Liu Weining, for embezzlement. Liu Weining, a branch head of Yantai Bank, was caught by police near a railway station in eastern city of Jinhua, Zhejiang Province, police said. Liu fled Yantai city in east Shandong Province at the end of January. Liu allegedly stole 436 million yuan (69.76 million U.S. dollars) worth of bank notes between April 2011 and January 2012. He reportedly had 290,000 yuan cash on him when caught.
2/14/12 (USA FL) Credit Suisse, Banker Christos Bagios, under U.S. house arrest for 60 more days in the U.S. state of Florida, as the man tries to resolve allegations of aiding U.S. clients in evading taxes. He has to wear a tracking device. Bagios was arrested in New York in January 2011 and accused in a criminal complaint of helping about 150 U.S. clients hide as much as $500 million from the tax-collecting IRS when he worked at UBS. Bagios is a Greek citizen and Swiss resident, and is accused of helping 150 clients evade taxes on about $500 million. Credit Suisse acknowledged last July that it had received a target letter from the U.S. Department of Justice notifying it that it was formally under criminal investigation for selling tax-evasion services to wealthy Americans. The bank has said it is cooperating with the investigation. Bagios was arrested in New York in January of last year but moved to a Florida housing development on $650,000 bond. He has to wear a tracking device.
2/16/12 (UK) BTA bank, UK court issues arrest warrant for Mukhtar Ablyazov, Kazakh billionaire accused of massive fraud Britain's High Court has issued an arrest warrant for Mukhtar Ablyazov, the Kazakh billionaire and former BTA bank chairman accused of committing one of the world’s biggest ever frauds.
2/29/12 (SWITZERLAND) Hyposwiss Privatbank AG, Prosecutors in Switzerland say a man has been arrested on suspicion of stealing confidential customer data from a Swiss private bank. The Federal Prosecutor's office in Bern says the former contractor of Hyposwiss Privatbank AG was arrested Feb. 16 and remains in custody. Prosecutors say a criminal investigation was launched Jan. 19 after the unidentified man approached a law firm and offered to sell the confidential data. They declined to provide further information. Swiss daily Tages-Anzeiger reported Wednesday that the data partly concerned the account of a wealthy Russian businessman. Recent cases of stolen Swiss bank data being bought by foreign tax authorities have added to pressure on Switzerland to give up its strict banking secrecy rules. NOTE: This arrest appears to be an attack on a whistleblower by Swiss authorities!
3/05/12 (RUSSIA) Vnesheconombank, Moscow City’s Tverskoi district court placed Anatoly Ballo, the Deputy CEO of the Russian development and foreign economic transactions bank Vnesheconombank, under house arrest. He is suspected of embezzling $14 million, a spokeswoman for the court said.
3/12/12 (USA CT) Morgan Stanley, co-head of fixed-income capital markets William Bryan Jennings, was arrested and charged with second-degree assault, larceny and intimidation by bias or bigotry .
3/14/12 (NIGERIA) First Bank Plc, An Abuja High Court on Tuesday issued a warrant for the arrest of the Head of Operations, First Bank Plc, Ikorodu branch, Lagos, Mrs. Ayodele Omolayo. The ICPC maintained that NPC had, in compliance with the directive of the late President Umaru Yar’Adua, issued a cheque of N60m to the Office of the Accountant-General of the Federation as unspent funds for 2007. But upon the receipt of the cheque, the four accused persons paid it into a private account in Ikorodu, Lagos, and later withdrew the money at another bank in Victoria Island, Lagos. Others charged were officials of the Office of the Accountant-General of the Federation; Mr. Johnson Kolawole and Mr. Kola Ajala, a dispatch rider with Finbank Plc, Victoria Garden City branch, Lagos.
3/16/12 (CHINA) Standard Charter Bank, China has arrested Wu Yidian Eden, an employee of Standard Chartered Bank, as a probe into one of her clients. On March 6, the police detained Ms Wu, yet the latter has not been accused for committing any crime. A client of Ms Wu has been accused of escaping from China after robbing almost $50m (£32m) from the bank. Standard Chartered Bank announced the detention of Ms Wu but said no investigation has taken place yet.
3/24/12 (RUSSIA) Vladimir Putin issues arrest warrant for George Soros.
3/26/12 (UK) UBS, Trader Kweku Adoboli, 31, arrested on suspicion of a staggering £1.3billion fraud at UBS is believed to have blown the whistle on himself about the unauthorised deals.
The new financial system is online now and abundant financing is either already or soon to be made available, according to dragon family representatives. The final take down of the criminal cabal has also begun in earnest with over 200 senior bankers arrested and 450 resigned last week alone, these sources say. Japan is also now doing the final paperwork needed to set up an international economic planning agency with an initial funding facility of $10 trillion or about 200 times what the World Bank lends every year, according to Japanese government sources. There will be some sort of announcement about this and other things on Tuesday evening, March 27th, 2012 Japan Standard Time according to illuminati and White Dragon Society sources. The arrest of some very high profile individuals is imminent.
il nuovo sistema finanziario è online
finanziamenti saranno disponibili a breve, secondo rappresentanti della famiglia Dragone. 200 banchieri gia arrestati e 450 dimissioni gia avvenute, dice la fonte. Il giappone sta preparando un'agenzia internazionale con fondi iniziali per 10 trilioni di dollari, 200 volte quello che presta ogni anno la Banca del Mondo, secondo fonti del governo giapponese. Ci sara un annuncio di qualche tipo martedi sera 27 marzo 2012, secondo fonti degli illuminati e della societa del Dragone. L'arresto di personaggi di spicco è imminente.
Hu Jintao: la Cina investirà in Italia
È una “anteprima” di tutto rispetto quella che anticipa di qualche giorno l'arrivo di Mario Monti a Pechino. Arriva dal Presidente cinese, Hu Jintao, una esortazione alla business community della Cina che Hu, spiegano fonti italiane dopo il colloquio di stamane con il presidente del Consiglio, incoraggia a investire in Italia.
come si fa a non essere scettici su questo..
però pare che qualcosina di strano si stia muovendo
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